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The bread of life : a theo-ethical analysis of world agriculture

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The bread of life : a theo-ethical analysis of world agriculture

Published 2000

The thesis of this paper is that the solution to the world’s hunger crisis is not, simply, to increase production, try and curb the world’s population growth, and deal with the periodic food shortages and famines by giving food, technology and trade assistance. After having done extensive research, I have concluded that hunger in the world today is caused by the means of production and by the unjust structures of distribution in the modern, capitalist, agricultural system. It is my conviction that hunger is structured into the current means of food production and distribution and that hunger will only be alleviated when these structures are radically changed. If we simply, as we have been doing over the past decades, focus on increased production and leave distribution to the free market, without paying adequate attention to who in the world has control both over the means of production%2

Publisher Cambridge, MA: The author
Year 2000
Pages 286
Possible copyright status The author
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
Book contributor Episcopal Divinity School, Sherrill Library
Collection episcopaldivinityschool_sherrilllibrary; regionaldigitizationmass; americana


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